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Two-Minute Take: U.S.-North Korea Summit
Director of the Human Freedom Initiative Lindsay Lloyd shares why addressing human rights is critical to reaching an agreement with North Korea.
Lindsay Lloyd is the Director of the Human Freedom Initiative at the George W. Bush Institute, where he manages original research and programmatic efforts to advance freedom and democracy in the world. Lindsay currently leads the Bush Institute’s Freedom in North Korea project, which raises awareness of human rights violations in North Korea, proposes new policy solutions, and engages leaders to help improve the lives of the North Korean people. Lindsay is also responsible for managing the Freedom Collection, a multimedia archive that documents the stories of nonviolent freedom advocates from around the word.
Prior to joining the Bush Institute, Lindsay served for 16 years at the International Republican Institute (IRI), most recently as senior advisor for policy. Previously, he was IRI’s regional director for Europe and co-director of the regional program for Central and Eastern Europe, which was based in Slovakia. At IRI, Lindsay worked with candidates, elected officials, political parties, and civil society activists to develop lasting democratic institutions.
Before joining IRI, Lindsay worked for several members and the leadership of the U.S. House of Representatives, as political director for a political action committee, and for Jack Kemp’s 1988 presidential campaign. He graduated from Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service.Full Bio
Vietnam Summit Reflections: A Conversation with Lindsay Lloyd and Jieun Pyun
Human Freedom experts Lindsay Lloyd and Jieun Pyun discuss last week’s U.S.-North Korea Summit, Lindsay bringing decades of policy experience, and Jieun bringing a South Korean perspective.
Q&A with Kang Chol-Hwan
Kang Chol-Hwan, author of The Aquariums of Pyongyang, lived in a North Korean prison camp from the age of nine to 19. He escaped North Korea in 1992 and has dedicated his life to bringing attention to the horrifying conditions in North Korea. Here, he shares his thoughts on this week’s summit in Vietnam.
I am a North Korean Dissident; Human Rights Matter in My Home
North Korean dissident Joseph Kim shares why it's critical that human rights abuses are addressed at the upcoming U.S.-North Korea Summit.